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Could You Love Me Like My Dog?

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Anyone who's ever had a dog knows dogs give unconditional love, and just maybe they're here to show us how to love. The essence of this devotion is captured here in a heartwarming, whimsical collection to share with those you love. Could you savor whatever I put in front of you, even though it's straight from the can?

Could you be sorry if you bark at me?

Could you always be
Paperback, 160 pages
Published February 1st 1996 by Simon & Schuster
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